The First Untrue Trilogy by Teel McClanahan

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(~150k words) A teenage boy's daydreams and fantasies are the key that unlocks a world of magic, psychic communication, and threats he'd never imagined. Discovering he's accidentally impregnated a classmate he's never touched sets a chain of events in motion leading from kidnapping to attempted rescue, then literally into Hell.

Whether being attacked by the teachers he's supposed to be able to trust, seduced by beautifully identical sisters with sinister intent, psychicly crippled by sympathetic birth pains, or forced to play a rigged game against the Devil in order to win his friends' freedom, Trevor's every move is dictated by the compulsion to find love.

Sexual love, brotherly love, parental love, naive love, polyamourous love, self-love, love of learning, love of freedom, and unconditional true love that breaks all boundaries and opens new doors are all part of Trevor's journey in The First Untrue Trilogy, and he is not the only one whose love plays a part in its unfolding events.

The first half of the Untrue Tales From Beyond Fiction - Recollections of an Alternate Past series is a gradual unfolding of hidden truths, a walk from ignorance to intimacy, with secret societies, afterlife realities, and gender identities. It will set you on a collision course with the second half, in which reality unfolds twice as fast.

(Note: The book's full title is "The First Untrue Trilogy: Untrue Tales from Beyond Fiction - Recollections of an Alternate Past, Book One: an Introduction to Dodgeball or Conception and Induction or How to Begin an Apocalypse, Book Two: the Twofold Invasion or Penetration and Destruction or How to Make Love with Twins, and Book Three: Escape from Exile or Confusion and Contraction or How to Get Out of Hell")

This eBook contains the first 3 books of the series in a single edition.
 

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Published March 24, 2011 by Modern Evil Press. 359 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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